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Baytna & SNHR Hold an Event on the Sidelines of the Brussels VIII Conference 2024 Entitled, ‘The Devastating Effects of Humanitarian Aid Cuts in Syria: Challenges and Strategies to Mitigate the Disaster’

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The Hague – The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR):

On Monday, April 29, 2024, the Syrian Network for Human Rights, in collaboration with Baytna, held an in-person event entitled, ‘The Devastating Effects of Humanitarian Aid Cuts in Syria: Challenges and Strategies to Mitigate the Disaster’ on the sidelines of the Brussels VIII Conference 2024 in the Belgian capital. The event, which was live-streamed on SNHR’s social media channel, featured Mazen Kewara M.D., the M.E. Regional Director at the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS); Riyad Al Najem, Executive Director of Child Guardian; Atef Nanoua, CEO of the Mulham Team; Razan Brghol Head of Programs at Baytna; and Fadel Abdulghany, SNHR’s Executive Director, with Jelnar Ahmad, Research and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) manager at IMPACT, serving as moderator.

The participants discussed the serious issue of humanitarian aid cuts in Syria, focusing on the recent cuts announced by the World Food Programme (WFP) in addition to tackling the impact of the Russian veto in obstructing international cross-border aid and preventing the development of sustainable solutions, as well as its devastating impact on the lives of millions of displaced people in parallel with the WFP’s cuts. In regard to these issues, the speakers proposed a number of ideas to mitigate the adverse effects of these dangerous cuts, including prioritizing the need to mobilize international support to increase humanitarian support inside Syria.

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